NDSU coach resigns
FARGO — With an average of 20 losses per season the last three years – for a program that was accustomed to averaging at least 20 wins a year – North Dakota State head coach Carolyn DeHoff resigned on Thursday, effective after the season.
It will end six years that didn’t see much progress in the victory column. DeHoff said she chose to make her decision this week because her players were getting “beat up” by social media.
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